Optimizing Digital Organic Freeform Modelling for Fabrication by Using Parameterization With Glass Fibre Reinforced Plastics (GRP): A Case Study

@article{Fischer2012OptimizingDO,
  title={Optimizing Digital Organic Freeform Modelling for Fabrication by Using Parameterization With Glass Fibre Reinforced Plastics (GRP): A Case Study},
  author={Jan-Ruben Fischer},
  journal={Proceedings of the 30th International Conference on Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe (eCAADe) [Volume 2]},
  year={2012}
}
  • J. Fischer
  • Published 2012
  • Materials Science
  • Proceedings of the 30th International Conference on Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe (eCAADe) [Volume 2]
In the fabrication of organic free-form shapes in architecture one is constantly faced with specifi c planning and design challenges. This paper examines these problems as well as possible solutions for the design of a completed and built prototype using the example of an organically shaped pavilion made of glass fi bre reinforced plastic modules. The paper describes which adjustments to the original design were required to take the step from “digital physicality” to “physical digitality” to… 

Integrated design methods for the simulation of fibre-based structures

The production of structural components based on fibre-reinforced polymers (FRP) for the building industry is still characterised by a classic downstream development process from design through

Fibrous Morphologies: Integrative design and fabrication of fibre-reinforced structures in architecture using robotic filament winding

Living organisms have evolved effective structural solutions in response to the inherent constraints of their respective environments through a process of morphological adaptation. Given the fact

Optimization of the Panels Used in Free-Form Buildings and Its Impact on Building Cost

The described study presents the context of the process of optimization curved panels and the direct impact on reducing high cost, especially in this type of free-form buildings. The main motivation

Core-Less Filament Winding

The research presented in this chapter describes novel strategies towards robotic fabrication of geometrically complex fiber reinforced building elements. The research focuses on “core-less” filament

ITERATIVE DESIGN PROCESS BETWEEN PHYSICAL MODELLING AND COMPUTATIONAL SIMULATION FOR PRE-TENSIONED GRID SHELL STRUCTURE

Grid shell structures are widely used in many types of buildings. In this paper the author proposes a new grid shell structure, which is pre-tensioned by stretchable membrane. Through iterative

References

SHOWING 1-9 OF 9 REFERENCES

Case Studies in Cost-Optimized Paneling of Architectural Freeform Surfaces

This work extends this paneling algorithm to facilitate effective design exploration, in particular for local control of tolerance margins and the handling of sharp crease lines, and evaluates the performance of the paneling algorithms with a number of case studies.

Tiling Freeform Shapes With Straight Panels: Algorithmic Methods

Based on recent results obtained in the geometry processing community, algorithmically approach the questions of an exact rectangular shape of panels; of watertightness of the resulting paneling; and of the panel shapes being achievable by pure bending.

Circular arc structures

This paper proposes so-called circular arc structures as a means to faithfully realize freeform designs without giving up smooth appearance, and presents the first global approximation method for principal patches, and extends volumetric structures for truly three-dimensional designs.

T-Splines : A Technology for Marine Design with Minimal Control Points

Methods for designing hulls using T-splines, a relatively new surface representation that eliminates the superfluous rows and columns of control points that are unavoidable in NURBS are presented.

Glasfaserverstärkte Kunststoffe

  • 1970

Glasfaserverstärkte Kunststoffe

  • 1981

Lösbare kraftschlüssige Verbindungen für modulare Bauwerke aus Faserverbundkunststoffen

In der vorliegenden Arbeit wird eine kraftschlussige Verbindungstechnik fur modulare, schalenartige Faserverbundbauteile vorgestellt. Die Verbindung basiert auf der Verklebung mit lokal begrenzten

Naturwerkstein in Der Denkmalpflege

  • Ulm: Ebner Verlag GmbH & Co. KG
  • 1987